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  • Taofeek O. Usman - ISH March New Investigator of the Month

    Read an interview with Taofeek O. Usman, Department of Physiology, College of Health Sciences, Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. His research is focused on models of experimental preeclampsia and possible interventions that could reverse this condition such as targeting the mineralocorticoid receptor.

    Read More 13/03/2018

  • ISH Council's Corner

    The Hypertension News Editorial Board would like to thank those Council Members who have contributed to this initiative over the past few years. A summary of contributions since 2014 is presented below.

    Read More 09/03/2018

  • HEARTS Technical Package

    ISH is proud to be part of the HEARTS initiative and to share the latest HEARTS package with you. Spread the word and encourage national and local implementation of the package to save lives.

    Read More 07/03/2018

  • World Kidney Day - 8 March

    This year’s theme - “Kidneys and Women’s Health – Include, Value, Empower”

    Read More 05/03/2018

  • International Women’s Day - 8 March

    The 2018 International Women's Day (IWD) theme #PressForProgress is a movement to motivate women. It unites friendships, colleagues and whole communities to think, act and be gender inclusive. Dr Sheila Patel, ISH member, is featured in a video from Austin Health, Melbourne. We encourage you to watch this and get involved.

    Read More 01/03/2018

  • EXTENDED Deadline for Abstract Submission to 22 March, 2018 - Hypertension Beijing 2018

    Due to the high demand, the Organising Committee of 27th Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension have decided to extend the deadline for Abstract Submission to 22 March, 2018.

    Read More 01/03/2018

  • May Measurement Month Gets Set for 2018

    Over 70 of the most influential voices in the world of hypertension and cardiology, representing 50 of the countries involved in May Measurement Month (MMM) 2017, gathered in London on the 19th and 20th January 2018 to share their experiences and plan for MMM18.

    Read More 28/02/2018

  • ISH Distinguished Mentor Award

    The ISH Mentoring and Training Committee is soliciting nominations from ISH members (including new investigators) for the ISH Distinguished Mentor Award. This new Award will honour a member of the ISH who has made outstanding contributions to the mentoring of students/trainees and/or junior faculty in the field of hypertension and cardiovascular disease.

    Read More 21/02/2018

  • Yanina Timasheva - ISH February 2018 new investigator spotlight

    Yanina is based at the Ufa Scientific Centre of Russian Academy of Sciences and her research is focused on the genetics of cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, targeting the role of inflammation/immunity in the development of cardiovascular disease and aging-associated changes in cardiovascular system that limit the lifespan.

    Read More 09/02/2018

  • Join us at Hypertension Beijing 2018! A report by Thomas Unger (Chair, ISH Beijing 2018 Committee)

    The International Society of Hypertension (ISH) will hold its 27th Scientific Meeting “Hypertension Beijing 2018” at Beijing International Congress Center, on September 20-23, 2018. The ISH congress is organized in conjunction with the Chinese Hypertension League (CHL) and the Asian-Pacific Society of Hypertension (APSH).

    Read More 05/02/2018

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